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Today marks the end of "Don't Ask Don't Tell". The law is repealed. From this day forward Gay and Lesbian soldiers may serve in our Armed Forces with the dignity and respect they deserve.
President Barack Obama signs the Don't Ask, Don't Tell Repeal Act of 2010, surrounded by Vice President Joe Biden, members of Congress, and former members of the military who were discharged for being gay, including former Navy Commander Zoe Dunning, Marine Staff Sergeant Eric Alva, and Army Captain Jonathan Hopkins.
"Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Repealed
The Senate has voted to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," allowing gays to serve openly in the military. Whit Johnson explains how this 17-year-old policy is coming to an end.
In his State of the Union address, President Obama said that he will ask Congress and the military to finally repeal the law that denies gay Americans the right to serve, without hiding their sexuality.